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Financial markets may chalk up gains for a bit longer following the latest instalment of Mario Draghi’s “do whatever it takes” performance to shore up weaker euro countries’ debt. However, nerves will be running progressively thin. There is plenty of … Continue reading
By Darrell Delamaide WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) “Both the German public and politicians should learn from history,” Lindner wrote in a commentary for Die Zeit that was also published in The Guardian. “Solidarity with the crisis countries is in Germany’s long-run interest. … Continue reading
By John Mauldin For quite some time in this letter I have been making the case that for the eurozoneto survive, the European Central Bank would have to print more money than anyof us can now imagine. That the sentiment among European leaders was … Continue reading
Greek reform delays hit credit rating as euro crisis worsens THE EURO ZONE crisis deepened yesterday as Greek economic reform plans were delayed, sparking tension in the financial markets over the country’s ability to rein back its mounting public debt. … Continue reading
By: John_Mauldin I wrote sometime last year about a speech that Jean-Claude Trichet gave last May, and said: “On Thursday of last week Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, said three times “Non! Non! Non!” when asked in … Continue reading